#1
I have a marshall tsl 100 jcm 2000 and 1960 cab. When you crank that thing past like 5 you get crazy feedback, and when the volume is rolled back a very loud hum. Now the feedback I love, but I gotta do something about that hum. O yeah also is there anyway way to mod it to get less of that white noise hiss with the lead channel? let me know whats up. thanks.
#2
Are you playing through a guitar with single coil pickups?
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#3
I'm about to purchase an MXR SmartGate.

I'm not sure how the rest of the UG world feels about them, but Ive heard them work magic on numerous amps. I friend of mine uses a Mesa Stiletto and it cleans it right up.

Might want to check into one of those.
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#4
it might just be your guitar is hooked up wrong. like my guitar has REALLY ****ed up wiring, and no matter what i do i get a BAAAAD hum.

so take it down to your local guitar store and get em looked at!

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#5
does it happen to be a 60 Hz hum? Your amp by anything thats plugged into the wall? Move your computer monitor
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#6
Quote by dylandtl
I'm about to purchase an MXR SmartGate.

I'm not sure how the rest of the UG world feels about them, but Ive heard them work magic on numerous amps. I friend of mine uses a Mesa Stiletto and it cleans it right up.

Might want to check into one of those.



would you still be able to get crazy jimi hendrix feedback?
#7
Quote by DarthKarth
it might just be your guitar is hooked up wrong. like my guitar has REALLY ****ed up wiring, and no matter what i do i get a BAAAAD hum.

so take it down to your local guitar store and get em looked at!



yeah i replaced a pickup in my fat strat, it was the humbucker in the bridge position i should fix up the wiring somehow.
#8
Quote by SHRED.
would you still be able to get crazy jimi hendrix feedback?


I really have no idea bro. It has different settings on it. Best I can tell ya is to read up on it.
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BBE Sonic Maximizer
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#9
Quote by bob vila
does it happen to be a 60 Hz hum? Your amp by anything thats plugged into the wall? Move your computer monitor


i dont know what a 60 hz hum is
#11
Quote by Antis0cial
Make sure it's effectively grounded. That's the most common reason amps hum



make sure the amp or the guitar is effectively grounded? and how? lol
#12
Quote by SHRED.
make sure the amp or the guitar is effectively grounded? and how? lol


The amp :p It depends on the socket your connecting it to(make sure that the electrical socket has 3 wires in stead of 2)
#13
Quote by Antis0cial
The amp :p It depends on the socket your connecting it to(make sure that the electrical socket has 3 wires in stead of 2)

Yeah, the bottom tube-shaped wire is the ground wire.
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